Friday, October 8, 2010

This is Canada::: Activist Alex Hundert jailed for speaking at a university

That's right.

Social justice organizer Alex Hundert was arrested at his home in the middle of the night by a SWAT team to prevent his participation at G20-Toronto.

Outrageous bail conditions were then imposed, including removal of his constitutional right to demonstrate.

He was invited by a professor at Ryerson University (Toronto) to participate in a panel discussion about social activism. He accepted and was arrested for breach of his conditions.

He's still in jail.

The judge ruled that the university presentation was a demonstration.

We shit you not.

This is Canada.

The level of corporate fascism is so advanced that this passes for normal around here with most folks.


Sid said...

Do you think the Ryerson invitation is to trap him?

Sid Senadheera

YR said...

You should set up Have everybody discuss this.

Sid Senadheera said...

To YR: I already have two websites that are targeted at injustices against Canadian educators and students. Click on my name.